The Staff of The Alabama Greyhound Rescue and Adoption Center
They don't call us the CRAZY GREYHOUND LADIES (and guys!) for nothing!
Rowdy A new addition to our staff here, Rowdy "Bubba" Chiweenie is half chihuahua, half dachshund, and all spunk! Sporting a wiry coat and handsome mustache, this is one little dog who isn't afraid to let our greyhounds know their boundaries with their smaller canine friends! Rowdy is a big help to us here at AGRAC!
Church and Zelda These two felines have filled the niche when Honey Cat retired from working with us. Church is our blue boy and Zelda is our golden tabby gal. They work hard to earn their keep, and insist that they get canned food for treats!
Jenn Boswell, Director
Jenn is more infamous for being in the kitchen, be that her own or while on the road at one of our many hound family's homes. Jenn has been involved with Greyhounds all her life thanks to her Godmother, but is also one of the Alabama contacts and foster homes for the National Borzoi Rescue Foundation, Saluki Tree of Life Association, International Silken Windhound Society Rescue, and the Afghan Hound Club of America Rescue. Working so closely with the other Sighthound rescue groups, we are able and will gladly help other Sighthound rescue groups who need a hand in our area as you never know when their help might be appreciated in return!
Sue Hallman, Office Manager
You never know what Sue's going to do (or say!) next! Sue came to work at OMG in July 2009 and has been hooked on Greyhounds since. She brings with her the knowledge from working at the GBHS, as well as other all breed rescues. Look out for her at Tennessee Walking Horse shows too!
Clay, Assistant Director, and Jeannie Partain
Clay has had previous Greyhound ownership experience, but is currently owned and trained by two Pit Bulls, a Dachshund, a Shepherd mix, and a token turtle. He started off as a volunteer and decided he wanted to be part of the official crazy folks here.
Annie moved across the country from Massachusetts to our sunny Southern state about two years ago, and hasn't looked back! She provides lots of help fundraising with her artwork and has become a regular sight at events, drawing caricatures of visiting dogs. The dogs have really taken a liking to her, too! Annie also volunteers at High Rock Wolfdog Rescue. She really can't seem to get enough of her doggie friends. To see Annie's artwork for yourself, check out her website or visit the AGRAC's table at a greyhound meet-up near you!